If you're looking for a cheap flight from London to Alghero, there are both direct and indirect flights. Ryanair is the only company operating a direct service, taking 2 hours and 30 minutes to Alghero direct from London. A stopover flight is operated by Alitalia, with a transfer in Rome Fiumicino: depending on the flight option, travel time increases to 5-12 hours. In addition to this, Air France and KLM more offer indirect flights however they tend to be more infrequent. Ryanair departs from London Stansted, whereas Alitalia leaves from Heathrow. All flights land at Alghero-Fertilia Airport.Both Stansted and Heathrow are well-connected to the city centre, as you can easily get there by bus, rail and taxi. Heathrow also has various stops on the London Underground. Upon arrival, Alghero-Fertilia Airport is 20 minutes from the city centre by bus or taxi.
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Some of Europe's, and arguably the world's, most beautiful beaches are easily accessible from the city centre. Beaches on Stintino, Lazzaretto and Porto Conte are just some of these natural, unspoiled shorelines. Try out scuba diving, climbing and snorkeling.
The narrow, cobbled streets are one of the most characteristic aspects of the city, and some of the city's landmarks are here: the 16th century Palazzo d'Albis, the Cathedral, the churches of St. Francis and St. Michael and Palazzo Carcassona.
Around 100 Nuraghe complexes surround the city, with the most important one being the Nuraghe di Palmavera. Between 2000 and 3000 years old, this complex structure is truly impressive. Visit this site to know more about this mysterious and fascinating civilization.
Close to the city is Neptune's Grotto, a stalactite cave open to tourists and, interestingly, also to scuba divers. Other interesting day trips are a tour of Gallura (the surrounding region), La Maddalena and Caprera islands, Piscinas (resembling an African desert) and the city of Sassari is only around 30 km away.
Unlike Sardinian cuisine, which is mostly meat-based, Alghero has a longstanding seafood tradition. Local delicacies include Catalan lobster, ricci (sea urchins), lobster salad, and pasta with vegetables. Alghero also offers fine drinks, including wine, limoncello and mirto (a myrtle liqueur).